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Tuesday, August 08, 2006

The day in...

The day in news:
The Paul Lo Duca scandal has finally been released. Allegedely Lo Duca commited adultery and his wife is filing for divorce. Lo Duca and his wife, Sonia, will be on Joe Beningo's morning show tommorow to either set the record straight, or address the issue. Either way, the NY Post should be ashamed for not only acting like it is news that a baseball player committed adultery, but the fact that is was on their front page! I would also like to direct your attention to a quote from Jose Canseco's book "Juiced". Said Canseco
Here's something you probably don't know about Roger Clemens: He's one of the very few baseball players I know who never cheated on his wife.
Fact is committing adultery seems to be a rite of passage in a way with baseball players. I undertsand Lo Duca not wanting to talk with the media anymore, but like I said, the Post should be ashamed.

The day around baseball:
Livan Hernandez was finally dealt to the Diamondbacks for two prospects. Nice find for the DBacks who have a bad bullpen and need innings out of their rotation.

The day in the minors:
With AAA and AA having the night off, and High A's game resulting in a rain out, Hagerstown was the only minor league team with signicant prospects (if you can call them that) playing. Jeramy Simmons pitched five innings, and allowed just as many runs in his second loss of the season. As for the hitters, Jonel Pacheco hit a home run and scored two runs along with two rbi.

The day in the majors:
The Mets had the day off, but I am going to Piazza's return tommorow, and I couldn't be more syked. Hopefully the Mets win, Piazza and Cameron have big games, and we get to boo the hell out of Hoffman.


Blogger Michael Leggett said...

After the Post's savaging, they're trying to tell the Mets what to do with the new stadium naming rights deal:

Methinks, in smacks of In Print Extortion by Murdoch The Kangaroo;

When Fred bought back his TV Rights, News Corp sold FSN-NY & MSG, back to Cablevision in its' entirety.

8/28/2006 8:29 PM


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